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Brown Tan Black

Brown, tan, and black colors on plaster bust found in Montreal’s Christ Church Cathedral depicting perhaps Jesus Christ or Saint John the Baptist.

Brown, tan, and black are colors obvious on plaster bust found in Montreal’s Christ Church Cathedral depicting religious figure perhaps that of Jesus Christ or Saint John the Baptist. 115 more words


Céad Míle Fáilte, and Good Luck Finding Your Way Around

I really enjoyed Dublin. Honest. The city needs to get it together when it comes to street signs though. First, we learned the signs were made of some type of paper composite, and a heavy rain did away with most of the lettering a long time ago. 1,302 more words


Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver - 17 September 2017

Our first full day in Vancouver was a Sunday. We had decided to visit Christ Church Cathedral for their Sunday morning service.

It is the cathedral church of the Anglican Diocese of New Westminster, part of the Anglican Church of Canada, having become the cathedral of the diocese in 1929. 394 more words

Cathedrals And Churches

4 things to do in oxford

My friends and I decided to do a day trip to either Oxford or Cambridge – the two biggest college towns in England. I forgot how we ended up picking Oxford, but we headed there for a half-day trip after visiting… 196 more words


Foxy friars, dented knights, and a sermon about sleeping in church

In Dublin’s fair city – Days 5 & 7 – Christ Church Cathedral and St. Patricks Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral was difficult to miss. Halfway between the west part of Dublin at the Liberties and the city centre of Temple Bar, it dominated the skyline from the main road and key city bus lines. 1,764 more words


Wedding of Violet Paulin and George Lapraik, Victoria, 1902

Victoria Times, 18 February 1902, page 5

A very pretty wedding took place in Christ Church cathedral last evening, when Rev Canon Beanlands united in marriage George Stephensonn Lapraik, chief officer of the NYK liner Kinshiu Maru, and Miss Violet Pauline, daughter of Mr and Mrs Pauline, of Oak Bay.  87 more words


Keeping Faith with Books

A good bookstore, by definition, shares stories, but when your bookstore celebrates its 35th year in a church that was established in 1839, it’s important to document and share your own history, too. 509 more words